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ASL Map Spotlight: Operation Neptune

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ASL Map Spotlight: Operation Neptune
Not the be mistaken with the Normandy version of "Operation Neptune" (the naval component of Operation Overlord), this action details the crossing of the then 200-yard wide Seine River by the British 43rd Wessex Division in August of 1944.

ASL Map Spotlight: Port-en-Bessin

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ASL Map Spotlight: Port-en-Bessin
The Battle of Port-en-Bessin also known as Operation Aubery took place from 7–8 June 1944, at a small fishing harbour west of Arromanches during the Normandy landings of World War II.

Operation Martlet: Objective Barracuda Unboxing

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Operation Martlet: Objective Barracuda Unboxing
June 1944: On the right flank of Operation EPSOM, the British set up Operation MARTLET. This operation was necessary because EPSOM was vulnerable to German counterattack from the high ground in the Rauray area.

Operation Neptune Unboxing

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Operation Neptune Unboxing
Operation Neptune gives insight into the British Army assault of the River Seine at Vernon, France in late August, 1944. This pack provides players the opportunity to see how they would fare in a forced river crossing and clearing operation in both scenario and CG form.

ASL AAR: Knock Them Down! (StW-4)

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ASL AAR: Knock Them Down! (StW-4)
We tackle the monster scenario 'Knock Them Down!' from LCP's Steelworks module. We think it played out fairly close to history. The Highlanders were unable to dig out the well-fortified Germans, and Tigers showed up early to wreak havoc on the British Shermans.

ASL AAR: Blazin’ Chariots (35)

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ASL AAR: Blazin' Chariots (35)
The 4th Armored Brigade, probing northeast of Gabr Saleh, was driving a German recon unit before it. The Afrika Korps at last reacted, quickly forming several units of the 21st Panzer Division into Kampfgruppe Stephan.

ASL AAR: A Good Party (A56)

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ASL AAR: A Good Party (A56)
Before the 8th Army could launch its assault on the Mareth Line, it had to clear the Axis outposts between the Wadi Zeuss and the Wadi Zigzaou. One of these, held by veterans of the 90th Light Division, encompassed a group of small hills appropriately named the “Horseshoe” by the British.

Stew’s Replays: Rachi Ridge (36)

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ASL AAR: Rachi Ridge (36)
AAR by: Stephen “Stew” Stewart Stew’s Replays: Rachi Ridge (36) Here's the historical situation: Date: November 12, 1943 Location: Leros, Greece Attacker: German (Bataillon I, Fallschirmjäger Regiment 2) Defender: British (2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Fusiliers / A Squadron, Long Range Desert Group) German paratroopers landed on the Aegean island of Leros which had been manned by British defenders. Their objective was to take Rachi Ridge...

ASL AAR: Ad Hoc At Beaurains (91)

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ASL AAR: Ad Hoc At Beaurains
AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader AAR: Ad Hoc At Beaurains (91) Here's the historical situation: Date: May 21, 1940 Location: Beaurains, France Attacker: British (4th Battalion, Royal Tank Regiment) Defender: German (Panzer Division 7) Quite unexpectedly, the British launched a major counterattack from Arras against the extended spearheads of Rommel’s breakthrough. The Germans were able to stop the foot soldiers but the British armor...

ASL AAR: The Bridge At Verdalsora (J36)

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The Bridge At Verdalsora (J36)
AAR by: John Knowles Advanced Squad Leader AAR: The Bridge At Verdalsora (J36) Here's the historical situation: Date: April 21, 1940 Location: Verdalsöra, Norway Attacker: German (1st Battalion, 138th Gebirgsjäger Regiment) Defender: Norwegian / British (Machine Gun Squadron, 2nd Dragoons/55th Field Company, Royal Engineers) After landing at Namsos, the British goal was to make contact with the Norwegians at Verdalsöra where a strategic bridge crossed...

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